谋杀Thomas Kelly发生时，他的头撞到地面时，Kieren Loveridge打了他。同一个人，Kieren Loveridge有一个历史记录攻击数量的人在那个特别的夜晚而有前科。因此，他被指控与凯莉先生一起谋杀四次袭击。由检察长决定，就谈判降级杀人的指控，这很奇怪，但Loveridge先生的明确意图是伤害人们对特定的晚上当所有这些事件发生（绗缝机，朱丽亚2013）。
关于此事的背景也开始在公诉命名为Nicholas Cowdery，它是说，Thomas Kelly的死亡发生在脑损伤和即时死亡的主任写了一篇文章。Loveridge被控谋杀警察，但是，他的其他费用，之前他被攻击和杀害的暴力，是从上一个晚上的袭击有关的其他发现Kelly有关的罪行。它也被发现有暴力收取loveridge其他罪，他已经被束缚（史葛，罗斯2014）。
This case is about a young man, Thomas Kelly, who was murdered and the parties involved includes The Director of Public Prosecutions who dealt with the police charge involved in the murder concerning the manslaughter. The judge involved in the case who was doing injustice to the accused was Justice Campbell. The attorney involved in the case is General Greg Smith who is corrupt as well and has failed as an AG since the site has been pointing towards the justification of appointment of Campbell as a judge in the case. Apart from that, Chief Justice Bathurst also needs explanation regarding the judge having a civil law experience while dealing with criminal matter.
The murder of Thomas Kelly took place when his head bumped against the ground when Kieren Loveridge punched him. The same person, Kieren Loveridge has a recorded history of assaulting a number of people on that particular night while having prior convictions. Therefore, he was charged with four assaults along with Mr. Kelly’s murder. The decision taken by the Director of Public Prosecutions was that there would be negotiations to downgrade the manslaughter’s murder charge, which was odd, provided that the clear intention of Mr. Loveridge was to hurt people on that specific night when all these incidents took place (Quilter, Julia 2013).
The case was followed up closely when the decision was handed by Justice Campbell on November 8th, 2013 and the criticism continued for around days. According to the Daily Telegraph by Tim Priest, it was stated that justice being served in NSW was a hopeless expectation as the murder charge was plea-bargained down with the help of the DPP for lessening manslaughter offence although the detectives were arrested and were contented regarding the prima facie homicide case.
The background concerning the matter was also well-set out in an article written by the Director of Public Prosecutions named as Nicholas Cowdery and in which it was stated that the death of Thomas Kelly took place due to the brain damage and instant death. Loveridge was charged with murder by the police, however, his other charges were the offences related to violence which came out from other findings related to assaults on Kelly one night before he was attacked and murdered. It was also found that there were other offences of violence charged on Loveridge and he was already being bound (Scott, Russ 2014).